The Greene County Legislature passed RES 149-2021 at their last meeting calling for Gov. Cuomo to veto the gun industry liability bill A-6762B/S-7196.
This is at least the 3rd municipality to do this. Unfortunately I don’t think it Cuomo will be persuaded by this.
New York City bill RES 1642-2021, Resolution calling upon the New York State Assembly to pass, and the Governor to sign, S.14/A.613, the Jose Webster Untraceable Firearms Act, has been introduced to the Public Safety Committee.
At 12:30 pm today NYC Mayoral candidate Eric Adams will call for new measures (gun control) to reduce gun violence to address the city’s growing gun violence epidemic, 4th Avenue and St. Marks Place, Brooklyn.
Stephen Gutowski has some details on reported plans by ATF to implement Joe Biden’s declaration to ban “ghost guns.”
They bare some resemblance to what Everytown has floated in NYC and Albany with respect to basically trying to define a receiver as anything that could be made into a receiver as per A-2666/S-13.
There would have to be public comment on any rule change so it is not a done deal. We can still kill it.
Niagara County Legislator Mike Hill has introduced a resolution to create a gun owner’s rights advisory panel to help promote safe, legal gun ownership in Niagara County and work with gun owners to address issues they may have. The panel would be comprised of local gun owners who can make recommendations to the County Legislature for resolutions and local laws, and make suggestions on process improvements within county government.
The resolution will be taken up at the next meeting of the County Legislature on April 20 @ 6:00pm, Niagara County Courthouse, 175 Hawley St. in Lockport.